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New York Osteomyelitis Attorneys

Osteomyelitis is a type of severe bone infection that can prove deadly if not treated promptly. Osteomyelitis typically develops when an infection from another part of the body travels through the bloodstream and infects the bone. While medication and surgery can prove effective if used early on, bone infection is very difficult to treat if not diagnosed and treated in a timely manner.

At Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff, LLP, we have extensive experience representing clients who suffer from osteomyelitis and other diseases that should have been prevented. Our attorneys are proven trial advocates who know how to achieve results for victims of medical negligence.

Contact us online or by telephone at 1-866-516-5887 to speak with an experienced New York osteomyelitis lawyer.

Osteomyelitis and Medical Malpractice

Osteomyelitis occurs when tissue infections, cellulitis or diabetic ulcers are ignored. When such conditions are not treated aggressively with IV antibiotics or debridement procedures, severe osteomyelitis, an invasive bone infection often results.

Patients with weakened immune systems are at higher risk of developing osteomyelitis. This includes patients with cancer, diabetes, HIV and anemia. Doctors must take into account a patient's medical history to determine if he or she is at risk of developing osteomyelitis. Any delay in treatment could prove fatal.

Our lawyers are well versed in the treatment protocols for osteomyelitis and know how to find the facts in these cases. We consult with leading medical experts who help us determine the cause of our clients' injuries and to identify liable parties. We will work to help you pursue maximum compensation for the hardships you have endured due to surgical medical malpractice.

Contact a New York Osteomyelitis Lawyer

Contact our law firm today to discuss your situation. Call us at 1-866-516-5887 or e-mail us to schedule a free, confidential case evaluation with a New York state osteomyelitis lawyer. We can travel to your home or the hospital if you cannot travel to us.